May/10
2017

GOP Continues War On Women

You know they keep saying they aren't trying to marginalize, impoverish, enslave and malign women as an entire gender but then shit like this keeps happening.

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- A New Hampshire legislator under fire for creating a misogynistic online forum said Tuesday he doesn't hate women or condone rape, and he believes it's a waste of lawmakers' time to dig into his past comments.[..] The hearing was prompted by recent revelations that Fisher created a Reddit forum called "The Red Pill," which bills itself as a discussion of sexual strategies for men. Fisher admitted Tuesday that he is the user who appears to have created the site, but he denied a Monday story prominently displayed on The Daily Beast website saying he still moderates it.

In one Red Pill post, users debate whether "every woman wants to be attractive enough to be raped." Discussions also have degraded women's intelligence and decried feminism as a societal problem."

Yes that's the RED pill, as in GOP red. The GOP solution to women is: objectify, dehumanize, dis-empower. Women want to be raped? Feminism is a social problem and the cure is... grabbing them by the pussy? Well that's not what the party line wants women to believe, unless you look at the laws backed by that party and the statements their lawmakers keep making.

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - An Alaska lawmaker who set off a firestorm by suggesting women try to get pregnant for a "free trip to the city" for abortions is a military veteran and first-year representative with a reputation for being outspoken in his conservative beliefs.

The new healthcare laws removes a mandate that birthcontrol is a basic right that should be covered, it removes funding for women's health organizations that do far more than just provide abortion services. Other new laws in Red Pill states makes it a crime for a woman to have an abortion over 20 weeks. Still others roll back rights for moms, support for leave and freedom from having your employers religious views imposed on workers.

This is the truth of how the GOP empowers women, there's no denying they do support women's rights... right back to the stone age. Only the stone age was more progressive...

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